Introducing Hypervolt GO Featuring Quiet Glide™ Technology

Hyperice, the industry leader in recovery technology and pioneer of percussion, vibration, dynamic air compression and thermal technology, recently introduced the next generation of their award-winning Hypervolt percussion massage devices and features the Hypervolt line’s signature Quiet Glide™ technology.

The new Hypervolt GO is ultra-lightweight at 1.5 pounds and 30% smaller than the original Hypervolts popularised by pro athletes and renowned global partners including the PGA TOUR, New Zealand All Blacks, National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Baseball (MLB), the UFC, English Premier League’s Tottenham Hotspur and more.

Designed with simplicity in mind, the Hypervolt GO is TSA-approved and combines surprising power with whisper-quiet operation to provide relief wherever you roam. The GO, available at Hyperice.uk and major retailers for £199, also features a 40W motor with three speeds, two head attachments compatible across the entire Hypervolt line and the premium build expected of all Hyperice products.

“When we launched the Hypervolt in 2018, it quickly became part of the athlete and fitness culture. With Hypervolt Go, we want to expand the landscape of users by introducing an even smaller and lighter weight version for everyday people that can be used anywhere,” said Anthony Katz, Hyperice founder and President. “We want the Hypervolt to become as ubiquitous as an electric toothbrush- a product that health-minded people use every day as part of their body care routine.”

Hyperice is on a mission to help the world move better through innovative recovery and performance technologies. No longer limited to pro athletes, consumer demand has exploded as the world wakes up to the idea that quality of life is intimately connected to movement.

“With the addition of the Hypervolt GO, we continue to deliver world class technology for the consumer on the go,” added Jim Huether, CEO of Hyperice. “We’re dedicated to making recovery solutions affordable and accessible for everyone, everywhere.”